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The tragic school shooting in Florida last week is a stark reminder to Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Budget guidelines from the Trump Administration includes some $120 million to re-start the licensing process to open Yucca Mountain.
Mesquite was recently named one of the safest cities in Nevada, second only to Boulder City.
Mild winters in Reno and Las Vegas paved the way for an early start to the 2018 allergy season.
The new budget proposal by President Donald Trump could mean a big change for wild horses on the Nevada range.
Elaine Wynn owns 9 percent of Wynn Resorts. But she never had voting control over those stocks.
Every day, Las Vegas buffets literally prepare tons of food.
At this same time last year, Elko was dealing with some of the worst flooding of the Humboldt River it had seen in years.
Shockwaves from Steve Wynn’s resignation as CEO of Wynn Resorts will likely be felt in his company, both in future plans and maybe on the casino floor.
In 2014, the Colorado River did something it hadn’t done in decades. For a few short weeks that spring, the overdrawn, overallocated river reached the Pacific Ocean.
More than 40 years ago, Title IX became the law in the United States. It meant that any school receiving federal funding could not discriminate.